10,040 Kensington Glass Entry Design Photos

MAC Custom Homes
3 Reviews
Dune View
Ideabooks4,177
Questions12
Walls are Kensington green by Benjamin Moore (I've added a tag to the photo with the link. Enjoy!
Color for Exterior-- Back to Project: Dune View Kensington Green 710 Paint
Love Kensington green paint color.
Kensington Green 710 Paint
BM Kensington green...Kensington green
“narrow mudroom” — Jenn Brocklehurst
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
1 Review
Botkier residence
Ideabooks7,091
Questions6
Love glass panel to widen narrow hallway.
I like the glass instead of a wall
Glass wall instead of lower railing to lower
A glass wall encasing a stairwell brings in a reflective quality and is in striking contrast to the brick.
Glass + PaintThe combination of a highly saturated paint and a single sheet of floor-to-ceiling clear glass appears effortless, understated and forceful
forceful. In small spaces this treatment can be used very effectively. Consider how this hallway would feel if the glass were replaced by a painted wall or if there were a busy combination of guardrail, newell post and balusters.The painted stair element, along with the entry door and trim, are the dominant
this compressed space. There’s simply not enough visual room for competing objects, and the glazing insertion reflects this.Why this marriage works: Glass allows deeply saturated paint colors to advance and is a classically modern complement to any color palette.
“yup” — Froze Design-Build, Inc.
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
19 Reviews
Wine Country Living
Ideabooks10,442
Questions7
Where is this beautiful stained glass from?
Who did the glass window art surrounding the door?
The Gamble house in Pasadena has the exact stain glass windows. I'm sure if you look Gamble house, you can find the creator. He has lovely work around the house.
Like the 2 story, glass framed entry... with stained glass or textured glass
Stone steps & walls, vaulted ceiling, stained glass
Stained glass is another attractive alternative that lets you establish architectural motifs or echo elements in the landscape.
I love this! With or without stained glass, it's beautiful!
Stained glass. Should you have a great number of windows on or around your front door but want a little privacy, consider installing stained glass. This will turn your foyer into a focal point and prevent passersby from getting
“wood door” — kamleshsanadhya
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4 Reviews
Cedar Park Residence 03
Ideabooks4,521
Questions4
What type of frosted glass on door?
Are there different degrees of frosted glass? If so, what is this one?
Like the door/glass combo and the frosted glass is nice
Frosted glass sidelights. If your entryway could use just a touch of privacy, consider using frosted glass instead of traditional transparent glass. Tip: Frosted glass tends to have more of a contemporary feel, but other glass options offer more of a traditional look. You'll often see seeded glass (glass
Frosted glass sidelights. If your entryway could use just a touch of privacy, consider using frosted glass instead of traditional transparent glass. Tip: Frosted glass tends to have more of a contemporary feel, but other glass options offer more of a traditional look. You'll often see seeded glass (glass
“transom window...” — wendytebben
Habitat Studio
15 Reviews
Belgravia Timber
Ideabooks1,376
Questions2
...can you provide some info on those door on the left? I'm assuming these are custom-made; if so, can you tell me about the glass used?
... A local company in Edmonton, AB, Canada that we love collaborating with is Flux Glass. (See link to projects above.)
good one. modify glass to make squares
Could do stained glass on the sides
“Internal hall doors.” — islandroadfenit
Ekman Design Studio
Montclair Victorian
Ideabooks1,531
Questions0
frame in stain glass with stain wood and short book cases
Stained glass on either side of fireplace
Very cool use of stained glass
built in bookshelves in office (add glass doors later)
stained glass either side of fireplace
stained glass for windows facing neighbors!
stained glass windows, stair railing, mirror above fireplace
“Stain glass” — iselagrace
Westgreen Studio
Kensington Mews House
Ideabooks9
Questions0
Kensington Mews House
Amory Brown
Kensington, Period Apartment
Ideabooks311
Questions0
Kensington, Period Apartment
“Door” — remus77
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